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LIVERPOOL clutch man ORIGI: "A small extension step forward has been made"

06.06.2019 10.01 by Claudio Colla  read 766

Gone from being almost an outcast, to scoring pivotal goals in both CL semifinals second-leg match, against Barcelona FC, and final game, against Tottenham, Belgian internatonal striker Divock Origi (24), asked about his future with Liverpool from Belgian NT training camp, stated: "My entourage and I are going to discuss the future, and make our appraisals on it. Now I'm just focused on the two NT matches I've got ahead. Then we'll talk about what to do. I know a small step forward on a deal extension has been made, but, to the time, I'm not asking myself more questions". Former Wolfsburg and Lille hitman is currently on a deal with Reds until June 2020.

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